Hydration behaviors before and after an educational and prescribed hydration intervention in adolescent athletes

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Title translated into German:Trinkverhalten vor und nach einer theoretischen und einer verordneten Hydratationsintervention bei jugendlichen Sportlerinnen
Author:Cleary, Michelle A.; Hetzler, Ronald K.; Wasson, Darcy; Wages, Jennifer J.; Stickley, Christopher; Kimura, Iris F.
Published in:Journal of athletic training
Published:47 (2012), 3, S. 273-281, Lit.
Format: Publications (Database SPOLIT)
Publication Type: Journal article
Media type: Electronic resource (online) Print resource
Language:English
ISSN:1062-6050, 0160-8320, 1938-162X
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title Hydration behaviors before and after an educational and prescribed hydration intervention in adolescent athletes
spellingShingle Hydration behaviors before and after an educational and prescribed hydration intervention in adolescent athletes
Flüssigkeitsaufnahme
Hydratation
Intervention
Jugendlicher
Leistungssport
Rehydratation
Sportlerin
Sportmedizin
Untersuchung, empirische
Verhaltensänderung
title_sort hydration behaviors before and after an educational and prescribed hydration intervention in adolescent athletes
title_short Hydration behaviors before and after an educational and prescribed hydration intervention in adolescent athletes
title_alt Trinkverhalten vor und nach einer theoretischen und einer verordneten Hydratationsintervention bei jugendlichen Sportlerinnen
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media_type Elektronische Ressource (online)
Gedruckte Ressource
city Dallas (Tex)
abstract Context: The effectiveness of education in modifying hydration behaviors in adolescent athletes is unclear. Objective: To assess the hydration status and behaviors of female athletes before and after a 1-time educational intervention and prescribed hydration intervention in a warm, humid, tropical environment. Design: Cohort study. Setting: Non-air-conditioned gymnasium in a tropical environment (indoor wet bulb globe temperature = 24.0 ± 0.2°C). Patient or Other Participants: Thirty-six female adolescent elite volleyball players (age = 14.8 ± 0.8 years, height = 168.2 ± 8.2 cm, mass = 60.8 ± 9.0 kg, body mass index = 21.7 ± 2.7, body surface area = 1.65 ± 0.14 m2, body surface area to mass ratio = 2.71 ± 0.18 m2·kg−1·10−2) participated. Intervention(s): Four observational periods consisting of 3 practices per observational period separated by 48 hours. The 4 periods included a control period, educational intervention, prescribed hydration intervention (PHI), and observational follow-up (OF-U). After the control period, an educational intervention consisting of a slide presentation was provided to the participants, followed by a week of observation. In the PHI, a precalculated volume of water based on individual sweat rate was consumed every 20 minutes during each 2-hour practice. During all other periods, participants consumed their fluid of choice ad libitum. The order of the treatment periods was not randomized and was the same for all participants. Main Outcome Measure(s): Prepractice to postpractice changes in body mass (ΔBM), percentage of body mass lost (%BML), urine specific gravity, urine color, urine osmolality, sweat rate, and volume of fluid consumed (Fvol). Results: The PHI was the only period during which participants maintained body mass (ΔBM = 0.05 ± 1.3%); Fvol consumed was greatest during this time (Fvol = 1.3 ± 0.4 L; F1,3 = 34.869, P ≤ .001). TheΔBM was less for the PHI (ΔBM = 0.05 ± 0.9 kg, %BML = 0.04 ± 1.3%) than the OF-U period (ΔBM = −0.7 ± 1.1 kg, %BML = −1.2 ± 1.9%; F1,3 = 6.220, P = .01). The Fvol (1.3 ± 0.4 L) and percentage of fluid consumed (143.7 ± 110.8%) to restore sweat loss for the PHI period were higher than for any other period (F1,3 = 34.869, P ≤ .001). None of the participants experienced serious dehydration in any of the conditions. Conclusions: A 1-time education session alone was not successful in changing hydration behaviors. However, prescribing individualized hydration protocols improved hydration for adolescents exercising in a warm, humid environment. Verf.-Referat
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author2 Cleary, Michelle A.
Hetzler, Ronald K.
Wasson, Darcy
Wages, Jennifer J.
Stickley, Christopher
Kimura, Iris F.
author_facet Cleary, Michelle A.
Hetzler, Ronald K.
Wasson, Darcy
Wages, Jennifer J.
Stickley, Christopher
Kimura, Iris F.
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Autor
Autor
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author_author_facet Cleary, Michelle A.
Hetzler, Ronald K.
Wasson, Darcy
Wages, Jennifer J.
Stickley, Christopher
Kimura, Iris F.
spelling Cleary, Michelle A.
Hetzler, Ronald K.
Wasson, Darcy
Wages, Jennifer J.
Stickley, Christopher
Kimura, Iris F.






1062-6050
0160-8320
1938-162X
1202960-9
10.4085/1062-6050-47.3.05
Flüssigkeitsaufnahme
Hydratation
Intervention
Jugendlicher
Leistungssport
Rehydratation
Sportlerin
Sportmedizin
Untersuchung, empirische
Verhaltensänderung
adolescent
behavioral change
competitive sport
empirical investigation
fluid intake
hydration
intervention
rehydration
sports medicine
woman athlete
Körpergesamtwasserbestimmung

Wasseraufnahme
Adoleszenz
Jugendalter
Jugendspieler
Jugendtrainer
Empirie
Empirismus
Untersuchung, experimentelle
Untersuchung
Wettbewerbssport
Wettkampfsport
Leistungssportler
Leistungssportlerin
Veränderung
Verhaltensmodifikation
Medizin
Geschichte der Medizin
Untersuchung, sportmedizinische
Wasserdampf
sportswoman
empirical study
performance sport
behavior modification
Hydration behaviors before and after an educational and prescribed hydration intervention in adolescent athletes
PU201207004657
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1938-162X
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url http://natajournals.org/doi/pdf/10.4085/1062-6050-47.3.05
https://dx.doi.org/10.4085/1062-6050-47.3.05
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topic Flüssigkeitsaufnahme
Hydratation
Intervention
Jugendlicher
Leistungssport
Rehydratation
Sportlerin
Sportmedizin
Untersuchung, empirische
Verhaltensänderung
topic_facet Flüssigkeitsaufnahme
Hydratation
Intervention
Jugendlicher
Leistungssport
Rehydratation
Sportlerin
Sportmedizin
Untersuchung, empirische
Verhaltensänderung
topic_en adolescent
behavioral change
competitive sport
empirical investigation
fluid intake
hydration
intervention
rehydration
sports medicine
woman athlete
topic_en_facet adolescent
behavioral change
competitive sport
empirical investigation
fluid intake
hydration
intervention
rehydration
sports medicine
woman athlete
synonym Körpergesamtwasserbestimmung

Wasseraufnahme
Adoleszenz
Jugendalter
Jugendspieler
Jugendtrainer
Empirie
Empirismus
Untersuchung, experimentelle
Untersuchung
Wettbewerbssport
Wettkampfsport
Leistungssportler
Leistungssportlerin
Veränderung
Verhaltensmodifikation
Medizin
Geschichte der Medizin
Untersuchung, sportmedizinische
Wasserdampf
synonym_en sportswoman
empirical study
performance sport
behavior modification
journal_facet Journal of athletic training
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